Come join us making Indonesian flags, decorate kuda lumping, wayang shadow puppet, play dress up of Indonesian
traditional costumes and playing traditional folk games.
Orangutans are only found in two places in the world, Sumatra and Borneo. Orangutan, means man of the forest in Indonesian,
a creature of rich tropical forests and endangered victim of the Palm Oil industry. These magnificent cousin of ours have been facing
extinction at the hands of deforestation in the name of industry
for many years.
International Orangutan Day was established to help raise awareness in protecting them. Celebrate with us making orangutan mask and learn a thing or two about them.
What better way to enjoy a nice day out than to get down to the beach, paddle in the ocean, eat ice-cream and relax in the sun?
Play In The Sand Day is all about building
sandcastles, digging holes and burying
Celebrate with us decorating a wooden photo frame with sand and pretty shells.
It is a fun day that all members of the family can take part in. Some ideas for celebrating this special day
include kite flying, windsurfing, hang gliding, making and sailing boats, watching birds soar through the sky or simply a picnic on a windy day, watching the
wind in the trees.
Celebrate with us making paper planes, an anemometer and decorate kites!
This day is to celebrate these gentle giants. Growing up to 14 metres long and 12 tons heavy, whale sharks have a face only a mother could love. The day aims to raise awareness of how this animal has been hunted to vulnerability for its highly prized fins and meat. We will be making whale shark plush toy and colour a whale shark activity book.